There’s still time to catch a viewing of this exhibition featuring a wonderful selection of historic masterpieces from the 16th through 19th centuries. Who and where?
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a hotspot this spring for a tantalizing exhibition featuring works by some of the greatest artists in history. On view through May 14 at the Frick Pittsburgh, “The Frick Collects: From Rubens to Monet” brings together major acquisitions and gifts in the institution’s permanent collection. Together, the objects tell a fascinating story of the Frick’s evolution and establishment “from Henry Clay Frick’s early purchases, to his daughter Helen’s collecting interests, through to the acquisitions that have been made by the museum in recent years,” as the Frick writes.
As the exhibition’s title suggests, among the artworks on view are brilliant paintings by Peter Paul Rubens, Claude Monet, and Arthur Davis. To learn more, visit The Frick Pittsburgh.
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